Seniors Defend their Title at Quiz Down 2017

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Seniors Defend their Title at Quiz Down 2017

It was a cold Thursday afternoon in Framingham, but inside the Marian auditorium, things were heating up. February 2nd would be a day to remember. For the first time in Marian High School history (not yet verified), the defending Quiz Down Champions would go on the offensive in a successful attempt at preserving their crown…. Read more


Mr. & Ms. MHS 2017 Crowned

The Mr. and Ms. MHS Pageant has been a Marian tradition for many years. From the energetic hosts Jay Carreiro and Kelly Landers, to the multiple announcers, and the wonderful competitors, seniors made up the shows main cast. Senior girls Fionna Scamby, Jennifer Gittins, and Dorcas Abe and Senior boys Michael Healey, Sal Maglione, and… Read more


Marian Math Team Wins Big

The Marian High math team competed at home this past Thursday and took advantage of the friendly environment to score a major victory over rivals Arlington Catholic and Bedford.  Marian scored 110 points versus AC’s 76 and Bedford’s 92.  The 24 Marian scored in round 1 was more than two schools scored in total.  Sophomore… Read more


Marian Celebrates Catholic Schools Week 2017

Though prayer services themselves are not unique to Catholic Schools Week, this time, we decided to try something smaller and a little different so we had to think outside the box for our planning. We had individual theology classes meet in the chapel for the service. It was spread out over two days and the… Read more


Diversity Seminar Brings Marian Together

In Marian’s mission statement, it states that “the Marian community welcomes students from diverse backgrounds.” Although Marian is a small Catholic school, its community consists of people from all different countries and with all fascinating backgrounds. As an international student and a supporter of diversity, I loved the idea of a diversity seminar when I… Read more


Dean of Students for the Day & Principal for the Day

What High School student would not want the honor of being Principal or Dean of Students for the day in their school? Well for Maeve Walsh and Christian Dardompre that is exactly what happened. As part of our Christmas Card lottery campaign, one of the daily prizes for students the opportunity to be Dean of… Read more


29th Annual Senior Parent Dinner Dance

As a long-standing tradition, Senior Parent Dinner Dance has been one of the highlights of the senior class, and on this past Saturday, Marian Class of 2017 hosted the 29th Annual Senior Parent Dinner Dance. Seniors, parents, host parents, and faculty members all had a blast spending the evening together. It was not only a… Read more


Marian Student Reflects on the Legacy of MLK

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebrates the life and legacy of a man who sowed the seeds of hope and healing in America. We commemorate as well the timeless values he taught us through his example — the values of courage, truth, justice, compassion, dignity, humility and service that so radiantly defined Dr. King’s… Read more


Sophomore Class Retreat: Cradles to Crayons

For their retreat this year, the sophomore class stepped outside from their usual retreat day at St. Julia’s parish. They instead focused on helping the community while still growing as a class at Cradles to Crayons. Cradles to Crayons is a nonprofit organization that helps children who are low-income or homeless up to age 12… Read more


Marian Students Part of Letter Writing Campaign

The Theology department is working on a letter writing project on Thursday 12/15.  The nonprofit organization More Love Letters sends bundles of letters of encouragement to people all around the world. The requests for letters come from family and friends of people struggling (dealing with loss, battling sickness, homeless children, etc.). They encourage people to write… Read more